Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1009902
If user is on a child resource node in the resource tree, the availabilty change does not reflect on parent and other child resource nodes
Last modified: 2013-09-20 10:12:52 EDT
Description of problem:
If user is on a child resource node in resource tree and the availabilty of the resource is changed manually, it updates the availabilty of the selected child node only.
The availability of parent resource and other child resources in the tree ( availabilty icon ) does not change.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Build Number: 54dd29c:464a643
Database: Postgres 8.3.8
Browser: Firefox 10.0.2
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Navigate to a child resource node in the resource tree.
( Ex: Apache virtual host resource )
2. Note the status of the selected child resource.
3. Change the status of the resource manually.
( Ex: stop the apache httpd service )
4. Observe the availabilty icons of parent and other child resource nodes in the resource tree.
The selected child resource node displays availabilty as down with the red icon however the availabilty icon for the parent resource ( Apache httpd server ) and other child nodes (other apache virtual hosts) in the resource tree does not change to down.
Please refer the attached screenshot.
The availabilty icon for the parent and child resources in the resource tree should get updated correctly.
If user is on parent resource node, the availabilty of parent and all child resource nodes in the tree gets updated correctly after manual status change.
Created attachment 799946 [details]
I am not sure if that is an error.
If you driving with your car and the dashboard light breaks, you also don't want to see the whole car as broken.
That PM-403 thingy is explicitly done to get actual ("near time") availability of the resource that you display the detail page for. All other resources are treated as before.
To me this is "works as designed"